Daily Fantasy Hockey: DFS DraftKings Values – November 23

Arizona, Chicago, Montreal, and St. Louis are all playing their second game in as many nights, so expect a lot of backup goalies (that can lead to higher-than-normal scores). The one exception might be Chicago – Antti Raanta was supposed to start last night but was scratched late with an illness. It’s not certain whether he will start today at time of writing.

With the Coyotes having played last night, and Anaheim mostly healthy now, the Ducks are the biggest favorites of the night at -200. The Rangers are next at -145, with the rest closer than that (all via Covers Experts). With such a short slate, and Anaheim having such a good matchup, it seems almost certain that the expensive Ducks players (Perry, Getzlaf) will be 50-percent owned or higher.

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As always, check Left Wing Lock for goalie confirmations.

Players will be in order of perceived value, by position, and there should be enough to mix-and-match for each type of game available on Draft Kings. Some positions might only have a few plays, some might have several. It all depends on the day, the matchups, and the price.

Remember: players are in order of value, not necessarily in cost. Just because Sidney Crosby is $8000 one day doesn’t mean he’s a better value than Andrew Shaw at $4000.

Cash Games

Center Wing Defense Goalie
Getzlaf (ANA) – $7000 Perry (ANA) – $7600 Boyle (NYR) – $3300 Andersen (ANA) – $6400
Brassard (NYR) – $4200 Nash (NYR) – $8000 Vatanen (ANA) – $5200 Lundqvist (NYR) – $8600
Sedin (VAN) – $4400 Kane (WPG) – $5400 Bieksa (VAN) – $3600
Stepan (NYR) – $4900 Saad (CHI) – $4800 Enstrom (WPG) – $3500
Stastny (STL) – $4000 Zuccarello (NYR) – $4200 Fowler (ANA) – $4100
Perreault (WPG) – $3900 Kreider (NYR) – $3600
Vrbata (VAN) – $6400


  • As mentioned, expect a lot of people to be on quite a few Ducks today.
  • The Rangers also have a good spot tonight, catching the Canadiens on the second game of a back to back, and one night after a game with Boston. Having players from different NYR lines might not be a bad thing tonight.
  • There’s no real need to spend on defencemen tonight, though it may be necessary because of so many deflated salaries.

Guaranteed Prize Pools/Tournaments

Center Wing Defense Goalie
Stepan (NYR) – $4900 St. Louis (NYR) – $4900 Fowler (ANA) – $4100 Pavelec (WPG) – $6400
Getzlaf (ANA) – $7000 Kreider (NYR) – $3600 Boyle (NYR) – $3300 Miller (VAN) – $7300
Perreault (WPG) – $3900 Perry (ANA) – $7400 Enstrom (WPG) – $3500
Brassard (NYR) – $4200 Kane (WPG) – $5400 Vatanen (ANA) – $5300
Byfuglien (WPG) – $4800
Nash (NYR) – $8000
Zuccarello (NYR) – $4200


  • You’ll notice two different sets of Rangers lines. I think it’s a great matchup for the Rangers, but it’s tough to tell which line Montreal will target for shutdown.
  • With Winnipeg being at home, they’ll be able to get the last change, and they’ll hopefully be able to get Perreault/Kane away from tough matchups. Also, there’s no real telling how much ice time Dustin Byfuglien will get tonight, but he’s too talented to leave off the board at his price.

Slim’s Pickins (bargain plays)

Brad Richardson (VAN-C, $2800) – There are not (m)any good options for cheap at centre today. This is truly a gut call.

Rene Bourque (ANA-W, $2500) – The newly-acquired Duck appears to be ready to get his chance on the top line in Anaheim (via theScore).

Paul Postma (WPG-D, $2500) – Winnipeg’s last game saw Postma paired up a fair amount of the time with Dustin Byfuglien.

Good luck!

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